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The earliest reference to the Marbles Bridge (or Bridgeboard / Archboard) is the the reign of the Tudors.

 

Each arch has a number above and they could be in order or jumbled.

 

The simplest method of play involves players keeping a tally of each others scores to see who scores the highest points in a set number of turns.

 

All of the toys in our Toy Making range are made with wooden components (along with a few other things, like string).

 

These toys are designed to be made with adult supervision, and the use of some tools is part of the experience.

 

The tools needed to make our Toy Making Pack toys are:

  • Sandpaper
  • A hammer
  • PVA glue

 

If you do not have the tools to build your toy then you might like to buy a tool pack from our shop.

 

You will also need a pencil and colouring crayons to complete the design of your toy. If you need colouring crayons then these can also be ordered from our shop.

 

Full instructions for assembly are provided, as well as a video presentation on our entire toy collection, their stories (history), where they have come from (geography) and how they work (forces/science).

 

ATTENTION: Contains small parts. Not suitable for children under 3 years of age, or any individuals who have a tendancy to place inedible objects in their mouth. Parental supervision essential.

Marbles Bridge

£11.00Price
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